Sponsoring the @ictteachersug #ITAUCDW2019 is an ideal way to demonstrate your organization’s commitment to ICT education in Uganda. #ICTTrsUg
A physical ITAU executive meeting involving 20 representatives of ICT Teachers from all regions of Uganda was convened on Women’s Day 8th March 2019 at St Luke’s Restaurant, Mulago – Kampala. Members from as far as West Nile (Northern Uganda close to Uganda – South Sudan Border) to as far as Kisoro (Western Uganda close […]
Finally, our Association ICT Teachers Association of Uganda (ITAU), has been legally registered with Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB)! Here’s a list of contributors to this #milestone and way forward for #ICTTrsUG
Life asked death, “Why do people love me but hate you?” death responded, because you are a beautiful lie and I am a painful truth! Today the ICT Teachers fraternity experiences yet another painful truth in the loss of a colleague – Yateesa David. David was pronounced dead (28th March 2020) at Nsambya hospital after […]
St. Joseph Pilot School teachers in 2-day Digital Literacy Training funded by Edify Uganda and implemented by ITAU.
Most of the times these 8 wishes cross my mind but to be honest it has taken me a while to have the courage to share with you the 8 things that i wish i knew before i joined the teaching profession in Uganda. These are my honest opinions which in any way aren’t intended […]
The role of women in the growth of the ICT industry is often underestimated. On this Women’s day 2021, I salute these silent heroines behind this budding industry.
Featured cover Image: ITAU members held an extra evening session during WordCamp Entebbe 2019 to learn more on website development. Members of the ICT Teachers Association of Uganda (ITAU) are going to support efforts by hundreds of Edify partner schools countrywide to establish websites and start distance learning programs recommended by the Government of Uganda […]
Dear MTN, If only I mattered, here is the biggest you would give me in the year 2021.
Overall, the academic year 2020 will end in July 2021. That way we can say this academic year should have ended in December 2020, but because of COVID, they it will end in July 2021. So that the learners after six months more, they complete their academic year. Thereafter, a comprehensive school calendar for 2021 academic year, as well as a strategy for recovery of lost time, will be issued. Progression to the next class will be based on attendance and continuous assessment of class work and assignments.
Does a school really need a website? Did you know that the first place parents visit when looking for a school is google? Read on to find out more!